After being exposed for spending almost £10,000 a year on shunting himself around London, it now seems that Tory AM Brian Coleman has claimed an extra £800 for 'travel and subsistence' from LFEPA.
This sum, on top of an additional £350 travel allowance from Barnet Council puts the total cost to taxpayers of transporting Brian Coleman around London at a staggering £11,106 for the year.
Coleman was slammed last year for claiming £10,000 for taxi fares from the London Assembly.
But when it was later revealed that he had spent £660 on taxis in just one day, he claimed that he wasn't even aware that he had taken any taxis at all, and had assumed they were all official cars.
But if Mr Coleman is still in doubt as to what a taxi looks like, after spending £18,000 of our money on them, then I'm sure that there will at least a few of his constituents who would be more than happy to give him a lesson.